Winner of Chelsea Flower Show Plant of the Year, this mophead hydrangea is a real crowd favorite! It was bred in Kyoto Japan by a young horticulturist named Ryoji Irie. He put a lot of love into this variety and even named it after his then fiance and current wife. Its sizable flower clusters and quite long lasting and possess unique double blooms with variegated petals. The creamy center of the petals heats up to striking pink margins which are further enhanced by its deep green foliage. Miss Saori flaunts its unforgettable form and coloring that looks wonderful in any landscape and makes an excellent cut flower to boot! Flowers begin in June and arrive on new first year wood. Full to partial sunlight makes Miss Saori happiest.